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in on this, does it? >> there will be a "drive" from these big companies to buy litigation. google is pushing for competitive markets, and that should be our guiding principle, how do we get the least cost and best service, and it can't be from monopolists. >> jennifer: microsoft and google supports the fcc's proposal, right? >> that's exactly right. and the cost of doing this on a universal basis, jennifer is very low compared to the cost of doing it the way we're doing it now through these companies. my service at home is terrible. i have to keep connecting and reconnecting to my cable box and i give lectures and hear many stories about how irritating their service is. and there are visitors to the u.s. who find our internet laughable. >> jennifer: yeah, it is laughable. is the industry powerful enough to stop public wi-fy for all? >> hopefully got for the economy in the long run and economic growth in the future. >> jennifer: all right. thank you so much for joining me again inside "the war room." great to see you. >> thank you jennifer. >> jennifer: up next the
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pot? >> he spent $24,000 on this ad. i had to google the station to find out where it was. >> jennifer: this happens between governors all the time. >> yes. >> jennifer: but it's stupid. it is stupid national policy. >> you are a reformed poacher? >> jennifer: but if i were governor and all of my other fellow governors are doing it you have to got to get in here but it is a stupid national strategy. >> yes. >> jennifer: let's switch to a different state, which is kentucky. there has been some activity on the part of those who support mitch mcconnell who are trying to ashley judd out of the box early on. there is an ad on that. >> i am committed to president obama and vice president biden. i think he is a brilliant man. he is now able to flower more. as the president i knew he could be. >> a leader who knows how to follow. >> i will go wherever the president wants me to go. >> jennifer: it's karl rove's american cross roads -- >> he spent $10,000 on that ads. >> jennifer: and of course getting us to talk about it. so should they be afraid of ashley judd?